Evelyn Millard in “Robin Hood”
This image is in full color, and has a large white border around it,and shows a woman dressed in dark brown rustic clothes, as in a hunter. She has a white shirt and a brown belt and a dark colored hat on her head. She is standing with her hand on her hip in a fist with the other arm outstretched to the left of the image. She has ruby red cheeks and a pale white skin complexion which almost matches the shirt. She has on dark colored tights on her legs with what seems to be thigh high brown boots. Her hair is attempting to tuck behind the hat but is sticking out underneath and shapes her face, perhaps to suggest that the subject is a woman. The background of the image is of a forest with tree limbs, shrubbery, and leaves. At the very bottom of the image, in small white letters is the series number, and at the bottom of the car, in the white space, on the left, is the subject’s name “Evelyn Millard.”
Millard’s part in Robin Hood, a 1906 play by Henry Hamilton and William Devereux, is that of Lady Marian de Vaux–best known to us as “Maid Marian.” The play ran for 163 performances (as well as matinees) at the Lyric Theatre in 1906. Robin Hood was played by Lewis Waller.
The card was published by Rotary Photo Sunk Gem series (#P34B).
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